Enjoy crisp autumn days and scenic views in the stunning coastal town of Stonehaven in north east Scotland where The Ship Inn – a cosy hotel overlooking the picturesque harbour – is your home from home.
Dating back to 1771, the charming inn offers warm and welcoming individually styled bedrooms with panoramic sea views, and during your stay you will enjoy a full Scottish breakfast to set you up for the day ahead.
Stonehaven is a beautiful town around 20 minutes’ drive from Aberdeen, but couldn’t be further away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Enjoy the fresh sea air with a walk around the harbour, browse through independent shops and visit the imposing Dunnottar Castle.
You may well recognise this iconic fortress: it has been the backdrop for many Hollywood movies including the 1990 version of Hamlet with Mel Gibson and Victor Frankenstein starring Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy.
During one night of your stay, you will also enjoy a stunning dinner at The Captain’s Table restaurant. Seafood is a speciality at The Ship Inn, which prides itself on serving fantastic local produce from the Aberdeenshire larder.
Why not try local delicacies like Cullen skink – a rich smoke fish soup – or a classic like fish and chips, cooked to absolute perfection? Then retire to the hotel bar, which has a fantastic collection of Scotch whisky and ales on tap.
The prize package includes:
• A two-night bed and breakfast stay in a harbour view room
• Dinner on one night
For more information visit www.shipinnstonehaven.com
• A two-night bed and breakfast stay in a harbour view room including dinner on one night x1
Terms & Conditions
Terms associated with this competition:
The prize must be taken before March 31, 2018. The prize is not available from December 23, 2017 to January 3, 2018. Dinner comprises a three-course meal and one bottle of house wine. The prize is non-transferable. The prize does not include travel, insurance, or spending money. Prize is subject to availability.
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